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Author: Rollercoaster-Fan

 Jungle-X is a pretty realistic adventure ride taking you on an epic journey far away from the cities' smog dome by getting immediately catapulted into the wild jungle heart!

After leaving the station, you get transported a 30 meters high chain lift hill. Once you've arrived at the top, you ride down a steeply falling helix. After you've passed the first block brake section and the three over-banked turns, you get introduced in the twisted high-speed area. After about 1:36 minutes you arrive at the final block brake section before you lastly ride into the station.

The track is laid out for up to three trains. Regulated by an elaborated block brake system, all the trains can ride at once without any stopover and independent from one another.
---- Stats ----

> Ride time: 1:41 minutes
> Ride length: 970 meters
> Max. speed: 90 km/h
> Special elements: 3 over-banked turns, several helices and a modern block brake system.
> Ratings – Excitement: 6.90 ; Intensity: 4.35; Nausea: 2.83.
---- Custom Scenery required * ----

_ Mobys Steel Jungle v1+2 / Mobys Steel Jungle v2 
_ Gadgets Coaster Goodies V1.2 
_ CoasterJoesB&M Connectors 
_ CPciscosB&M Footers 
_ SK-SHR91 

Thanks a lot at the producers of these very useful custom scenery sets.

* The track also works without any custom scenery.
---- Using guide ----

Change the height of a structure or a track by holding Shift while moving the mouse up/down. Place the structure (scenery) before placing the track (no over-lay function possible). For these download files: Place the structure without changing the height. After, place the track above the scenery by raising it only one level.
---- Saving instructions ----

The download file is a zip-folder. Open the folder, drag or copy the trk-file in your documents/rct3/coasters folder and drag or copy the dat-file in your documents/rct3/structures folder. Also included are some screenshots of the coaster.
---- Background information ----

I often haven't visions how the track should look like before I've began to build. So, I feel free, start with the station and build some random track pieces. My general procedure: Firstly, I build a track. Secondly, I adapt the track so that the ride is even more realistic. If I'm happy with my coaster layout, I go about the next step, adding track connectors. Then, I install the catwalk pieces and gadgets. After I've finished with this step, I place realistic looking stilts. This is the most time-consuming step because each stilt gets his individual look adapting to the correspondent track piece. Following, I link the stilts with suited footers and add flanges onto the stilts. While the whole procedure, I create the station building. Generally, the described steps above take me around 10 to 20 hours or more. The very last step I have to make is creating the scenery like forest, water and so on.
---- The Golden Rule ----

> Don't provide that isn't yours.
> Don't provide anything without any explicit permission from the owner of the work.
> Don't give credit if you haven't any explicit permission from the owner of the work that you want to share.
> Give Credit if you are allowed to share the owner's work (list at least the definite username of the owner, check if you've spelled the username correctly)
Designing engineer: Rollercoaster-Fan (my original profil on RCTgo.com)
PS: If you have any requests, feel free of commenting or send me a PM (also possible on RCTgo).

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